Mexican-American artist Ana Serrano is fascinated by the seemingly random evolution of cities, constantly made, unmade and re-made by tenants, residents and generations.  Her piece Cartonlandia, made of cardboard boxes is inspired by the sights, color combinations and reandomness of her morning walks in L.A. and in by the structures of Brazil’s favelas.  More info linked above.
Aug 19, 2011 / 30 notes

Mexican-American artist Ana Serrano is fascinated by the seemingly random evolution of cities, constantly made, unmade and re-made by tenants, residents and generations.  Her piece Cartonlandia, made of cardboard boxes is inspired by the sights, color combinations and reandomness of her morning walks in L.A. and in by the structures of Brazil’s favelas.  More info linked above.

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